Bivol says ready to fight Ward or even Canelo. He likes which Canelo is considering moving up to challenge the winners. But Bivol is equally eager to proceed right down to battle Canelo at the burden.
“There was discussion of Canelo moving upward …Of course that is great if other wonderful fighters move to our division — it really is very good for all light heavy weight fighters,” Bivol said. “I could create 168 for big coNFLicts. Not for big coNFLicts. It opens opportunities for me personally I can create 168.
He was one of the better light heavyweights and I want to make wonderful fights,” Bivol said when asked whether heor she rsquo;d be interested in fighting Andre Ward if he’s out of retirement. “Right now I’m in my very best shape along with also my very best years so I want to help make the most effective fights. I shall be glad to, of 20, if Andre Ward would like ahead along and make a struggle.
Former 168 and 175 pounds world winner Andre Ward (32-0, 16 KOs) has retired to get close to two years now, and it’s not likely he would want to return to the ring to get less than monstrous fight against a big star. Bivol is just starting out, plus it wouldn’t be a massive struggle if Ward and he battled each other at this time. To be sure, there are a gigantic sum of fan interest from the hardcore Boxing fans, but the fans wouldn’t put up to speed for a struggle between Ward along with Bivol. To interest lovers in the U.S, Ward Would Have to challenge the Kind of Canelo, Anthony Joshua or even Deontay Wilder. The planet Boxing Super Series cruiserweight tournament, which Usyk won this past year, wasn’t televised in the U.S.
“I want to fight some winner at 175 — from Brown into Badou Jack — however it’s difficult to decide on an competition because right now all I’m considering is Saturday night,” Bivol said.